Malcolm McDowell attended the Tunbridge Boarding School and the Cannock House School in Eltham, Kent on 1954. He had also attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts to study acting. He worked at his parents' pub but lost his job when the pub went bankrupt had done a variety of job from coffee salesman to messenger.
Malcolm's acting career was started by the film "Poor Cow" on 1967 in which his role was just of two minutes but soon he caught the attention of director Lindsay Anderson who cast him in the movie "If..." on 1968. The film was a huge success in Britain and soon he was casted for various movies like "A clockwork Orange", "Caligula", "O Lucky Man", "Halloween", "Silent Hill" and many others. Among his movies the actor was greatly loved by fans for his role in Silent Hill in which he gave a remarkable performance to the audience. Malcolm won Best Lead Actor Award in 2013, The Life Career award in 2014, Best Actor Award on 2015.
Malcolm McDowell married with his first wife actress Margot Bennett on 1975, they lived together for 5 years and divorced on 1980. After this he got married to his second wife actress Mary Steenburgen on 1980, they had been living together for 10 years they had two children together divorced on 1990. Moreover, Malcolm again married to his third wife Kelley Kuhr on 1991 with whom he have three sons and they are living together till now. The information about Malcolm's affairs is not disclosed yet.
Malcolm McDowell is a white ethnicity actor of nationality United Kingdom with height 5 feet 8 inches. Malcolm earns his salary from the film industry that his net worth is about $70 Million which is ver high.